Congratulations to the 2016 Oberlin Shansi Fellows

Let’s fast forward to June 2016—Five Oberlin graduates will leave Ohio to embark on two-year Shansi Fellowships to China, Indonesia, and Japan. The newly selected Shansi Fellows who will teach and work at Shansi’s partner institutions are Henry Aberle, Louise Edwards, Eli Fisher, Annelise Giseburt, and Julia Skrovan. Oberlin Shansi is an independent, nonprofit organization promoting understanding and communication between Oberlin and Asia. Founded in 1908, it is one of the oldest educational exchange programs in the United States. The Shansi Fellowships support recent graduates working, learning, and teaching in university and non-governmental organization partners in China, India, Indonesia

Oberlin Shansi Announces Four In-Asia Grant Awards

This Winter Term, three First-Year students and one Second-Year student will travel thousands of miles across the world to bring their creative and dynamic projects to life in Asia. Shansi congratulates the four In-Asia Grant recipients: Bikalpa Baniya, Olivia Evans, Marcus Hill, and Priyanka Sen — hardworking, enthusiastic, and committed students with a diverse range of interests. Oberlin Shansi provides In-Asia Grants to Oberlin College & Conservatory students for the purpose of promoting individual and creative engagement with Asia. These $1,500 grants support individual initiatives in East Asia, Southeast Asia, or South Asia, including internships with non-governmental organizations, art

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